The Land of Smiles is a gay-friendly playground of brazen ladyboys and sexual license, right? Well, not quite.
“Without a rational relation to a legitimate governmental purpose, state-imposed inequality can find no refuge in our U.S. Constitution," U.S. District Judge...
Women are from Venus, men are from whatever planet watches porn all the time.
Lawmaker says the bill wasn't 'narrowly focused' enough
The attacks came shortly after anti-gay legislation signed into law
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Targets single people of any orientation in countries where gay marriage is legal
Bill would permit businesses and government employees to deny service on basis of religious principles
One prominent couple’s effort to get same-sex marriage recognized is helping to raise awareness in a mostly conservative country
Nevada lawmakers rescinded efforts to uphold a state ban on gay marriage on Monday. The state Attorney General Catherine Corte Masto filed a motion to withdraw...
The corporate card-maker could muster only one option for gays and lesbians to express their feelings on Valentine's Day
Strikes down part of state's ban on unions performed in other states
A new poll reveals that Church doctrine is at odds with popular opinion in many countries
State lawmakers are pushing bills that would protect individuals and businesses who don't want to cater to same-sex couples
As part of Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' performance of their nominated song
Whenever I read about this mythical place in which a person’s sexuality is no longer taboo, in the wake of a handful of states allowing marriage equality, I...
Gays are created in the image of God. So are liberals. The rich. The undocumented. Unbelievers. Everyone, even, and most importantly, the people with whom you do...
( TULSA, Okla.) — A federal judge has struck down Oklahoma's gay marriage ban, ruling that it violates the U.S. Constitution. U.S. District Judge Terrence...
Dozens have reportedly been arrested the day after Nigeria's president signed legislation criminalizing homosexuality
Offenders face up to 14 years in prison, if convicted